For many years the portraits of travelers are drown here, pictures are written and sold. Everyone can buy a piece of Paris.
Now Tertre Square serves as a shelter for beginners and experienced artists and cartoonists who will happily paint a caricature or a portrait for you.
Here you can find a mime in a black beret and sailor, as well as musicians playing on various instruments. If you want to plunge into the atmosphere of romance and creativity - Tertre Square will perfectly suit for this purpose.
Where to do?
One of the most beautiful and famous areas of Paris, imprinted on hundreds of paintings by great artists and is considered the symbol of the city of lights.47
the price ranges from €20 per cartoon to €200 for a group portrait.
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